What’s happening at Bernice
MacNaughton High School
Friday, February 14th,
There will be no school on Monday, February 17th
due to the Family day holiday.
Students are bringing home their completed course selection
forms for parental/guardian signatures this weekend. These are due back on Tuesday, February 18th
to homeroom teachers.
The green student profile sheets were sent home for updates please
have your child return the verified form as soon as possible to the Homeroom
teacher at the school.
YOUTH CHALLENGE TO PREVENT DRUGGED DRIVING – THE PROGRAM
In Atlantic Canada, the John Howard Societies, RCMP,
Université de Moncton, and local high schools are coming together to deliver a
Challenge to Youth to Prevent Drugged Driving. Through professionally guided,
youth led school campaigns, students will be presented with messages which will
enable them to make informed, healthier decisions regarding cannabis use and
decrease the problematic behavior of driving impaired.
The evidenced based
program design guides students to become advocates for positive change in
respect to cannabis use and drugged driving. Students are asked non identifier
survey questions, at the beginning and end of the school campaigns, which would
indicate if the program positively influenced their decision-making and reduced
risk behaviors. Schools whose students led the most informative and creative
messaging are provided the opportunity to continue their message through community
engagement activities. Grade 10 students
will receive more information about this initiative on Feb. 18th
during a short assembly
On Tuesday, February 18 a representative from Acadia University will be outside the
guidance office during the lunch hour. During this time students will also be
able to apply on the spot and the application fee will be waived.
On Wednesday, February 19, a representative from Mount Saint Vincent University will be
outside the guidance office during the lunch hour. During this time students
will also be able to apply on the spot and the application fee will be waived.
On Thursday, February 20, a representative from The University of Prince Edward Island
will be outside the guidance office during the lunch hour.
L’Université de Moncton is hosting a Parent
information session on February
25th. Come learn about what programs of
study we have to offer to your Immersion
student! Time : 6:30 to 8:00 pm Place: 18
Antonine-Maillet Avenue, Moncton, NB, E1A 3E9 Room 136 A of the
Université de Moncton Taillon building. Parking is free.
Presentation will be in English with a French Immersion student
panel. Parents and students of grades
8-12 welcome. For
information, please contact Amélie Montour Phone:
(506)229-4152 Email: email@example.com
will be available on SchoolCash Online until February 28 for the price of 70$.
After this date, it will not be possible to order a yearbook. Give the gift of
Atlantic Educational Institute is promoting an opportunity
for New Brunswick students between the ages of 15-18 years old to receive a
full scholarship to study in Germany for the 2020-2021 school year.
Applications are available at http://aei-inc.ca/study-in-germany and
are due by February 28.
Date: Parents and guardians.
On Thursday, April 2 at 7:00 pm, Bernice MacNaughton High
School is proud to host renowned speaker Dr. Michael Ungar,
founder and Director of the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie
University. He will be presenting his session called “Nurturing Resilience
through a Strong Community". Stay tuned for details regarding pre-registration
on SchoolCash online; tickets will be Free of charge.